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SFCC Roadrunner Ayo Ojo Signs National Letter of Intent

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State Fair Community College Sophmore Ayo Ojo signed a National Letter of Intent on Wednesday to attend Idaho University.  Ayo a 6’8″ power forward will continue his education and his basketball career there.

Ayo has come a long way in his two years at SFCC.  His sheer size and power is a force to be reckoned with.  Although we are just getting started this season you can already tell Ayo is all business this season.  He was virtually unstoppable in the McDonald’s Classic two weeks ago.  As his consistency improves, so will the Roadrunners.

Congratulations to Ayo Ojo on making his decision and signing on the dotted line.

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